Okay, tell me more. How do you use it - placement etc.? What product do you sell? There is a scrape near my stand, do you recommend placing some of it in the scrape? Any other advice? Any free samples, haha.
We will put our deer pee in 4 spots around our stand to cover our scent from all directions. If you have a scrape put Fresh Scrape in it to keep the buck interested. We have our product in the classifieds under Deer Urine. You can also send me a PM and I will even help you out more if needed.
I just saw your ad in the classified section. Please feel free to PM me with info on your product. I like purchasing products from in-state companies like yours so I am interested in what you have for sale. Four spots around the stand is a good idea that I hadn't used before, but will now. Will doe urine in a scrape keep a buck interested? Thanks in advance for the info and advice.
The only things I have ever used is Tinks #69 and some sour apple spray as a cover scent. Never done any of the mock scrape thing, but i will, if a natural scrape is active near my stand, add a drop or 2 of Tink's to it.
Tinks 69 has been around for a long time so I am guessing it must work. I have to get some cover scent and lure for my hunt Saturday. Got some trail cam pics and while I didn't have any big ones I had a couple of does and some small bucks. The big ones tend to hide until the rut so I am hopeful.
Me,i've never had any luck with scent's...i've done the drag rag thing,put it on my boot's b4 walkin in,put it on cloth an hang it just off ground around stand...Dont no if my situation's were'nt rite or what...i've had more luck with call's....But i'll probaly wind up buy'n a bottle of sum kind anyway...
chrisp, I am like you. I have never been successful with scents, but somehow I still use them. I guess i figure it can't hurt and rather spend a few bucks for something that might work rather than take a chance of missing on an opportunity.
I know some people swear by them and of course, the people on tv will tell you they work, but I take with a grain of salt what I hear on tv.
I am always amazed at the amount of scent control products that exist on the market today. But they are there for a reason. Game animals have incredible noses and if you go out into the field smelling like body odor, summer sausage, gasoline and last night's Miller High Life fiasco you will probably not be punching a tag. Scent control sprays aren't cheap though. On a college student budget I had a serious need to alleviate at least some of my hunting costs. This is why I decided to...